Kiser, Walter (1902-1980) Additional drawings, Undated

Held by The Filson Historical Society

Creator: Kiser, Walter H., 1902-1980

Title: Additional drawings, undated.

Rights: For information regarding literary and copyright interest for these papers, contact the Curator of Special Collections.

Size of Collection: 102 items (1 box).

Location Number:  Mss. A K61a

Scope and Content Note

Pen and ink drawings of houses in Kentucky. Drawings are arranged alphabetically by house name.

See also:

Walter H. Kiser Miscellaneous Papers (Call Number Mss. C K).

Walter H. Kiser Drawings, Undated (Call Number Mss. A K61)

Biographical Note

Kiser was an artist from New Albany, Indiana, who specialized in sketches of historic homes.

 

Sketch List

City House / Building / Doorway Notes
Hawesville Adams Homestead
Wheatley Alexander Home L. P. Alexander
Millersburg Althrop McKee Home
Louisville Anderson Home Mary Anderson, 75 E. Gray St. (now 225 E. Gray)
Brandenburg Atwill Homestead Joseph Atwill
Springfield Bates Place Perry R. Bates (back reads near Bedford, Original list reads Springfield.)
Bardstown Beall Home “Villa Lawn” Walter Beall
Hawesville Beauchamp Place Robert Beauchamp
Bagdad Blades Homestead
Smithland Brandstetter Place
Louisville Breckinridge Estate, “Kentwood” Henry B. Breckinridge, located in St. Matthews
Elizabethtown Brown-Pusey Home
Brandenburg Buckner Home Col. Robert Buckner
Smithfield Callaway Home, “Highlands”
Shelbyville Casey Home (A. O. Stanley), Third and Washington Streets
Chaplin Chaplin River Covered Bridge
Big Spring Clarkson Place (The Old Clarkson Place) built 1851
Marion Crittenden County Courthouse
Frankfort Crittenden Home John B. Crittenden
Bagdad Crockett House
Big Spring Crutcher Place
Elizabethtown Crutcher Homestead “Old Crutcher Homestead”
Carrollton Darling Place
Shelbyville Doolan Homestead
Bardstown Doom Place “Culpepper”
Louisville Doup-Briscoe Place 2900 Bardstown Road
Louisville Duck Spring Mr. and Mrs. Ludlow Clark
Louisville Duckwald House 3801 Northwestern Parkway
Lyndon Duncan Home Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Duncan
Louisville Durrett Homestead (“Newstead”) Preston Street Road
Bloomfield Durrett Place Southeast corner of Main and Perry Streets
Bardstown Edelen Home, “The Sunken Garden” Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Edelen
Louisville Edison House Lodging House of Thomas A. Edison
Ghent Ellis House  2 copies (1 pencil and 1 ink)
Carrollton Elston Home Bland Ballard Elston
Elizabethtown Eskridge House
Milton Fearn Homestead George Fearn
Louisville First Unitarian Church 4th and York Streets
Cloverport Fisher Homestead
Owenton Ford Home Built by Frank Ford in 1870.
Eminence Giltner Home R. R. Giltner
Bloomfield Glasscock Home, “Spring Crest”  Dr. Micajah Glasscock
Ghent Grass Hills
New Castle Graves Home William J. Graves
Louisville Grayson Homestead 432 S. 6th Street
Ghent Harris Home Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harris
Elizabethtown Haycraft Inn built by Coleman Lewis about 1814
Elizabethtown Helm’s Home Major Benjamin Helm
Henderson Henderson County Court House
Goshen Henshaw Farm
Smithland Hibbs-Presnell Place
Lakeland Hite Home Mr. Jacob Hite
Carrollton Hoagland House, “Walnut Grove” Major M. T. Hoagland
Magnolia Holderman Homestead Jacob Holderman
Lexington Hopemont, Morgan Home
Louisville Huntsinger Place 2 copies (both pencil)
Morganfield Huston Homestead
Louisville Jefferson County Courthouse
Westport Jennings Place Thomas W. Jennings
Louisville Kentucky School for the Blind Frankfort Ave.
Eminence Kephart Homestead Tom Kephart
Bardstown Lewis Homestead General Joseph Lewis
Louisville Lewis-Swindler Homestead
Greensburg Lisle-Perry Place
Louisville Louisville and Portland Canal
Louisville Louisville Board of Education Building 8th and Chestnut Street
Morganfield McCoughtry Homestead built by William McCoughtry, ca. 1820-1829
Louisville McFarland Home 3329 Rudd Ave.
Hardinsburg Meador, Old, Homestead
Bloomfield Minor, Old,  Home Major Spence Minor
Greensburg Montgomery Mill
Lexington Mount Hope Gratz Home
Owenton Natlee Covered Bridge
Owenton Owen County Court House
Bedford Peak-Mosley Homestead
Hawesville Power’s Home Col. L. S. Power
Bedford Preston Home, “Norfolk” built by Mrs. Mary Howard Wickliffe Preston in 1853
New Castle Pryor Homestead
Brandenburg Pusey & Coleman Mill
Columbia Reed House
Louisville Scene on East Jefferson Street
Louisville Scene on Fifth Street Looking south from main Street. The large building in the foreground is the Kentucky Home Life Building, formerly the Inter-Southern.  The Cathedral of the Assumption spire in background.
Louisville Scene on First Street Houses east side of First Street, just south of Liberty.
Morganfield Sellers House
Shelbyville Shelbyville Grade School Washington Street
Goshen Snowden, Francis Homestead later became the Green Field Country Club
Louisville St. Anthony’s Roman Catholic Church 234 W. Market
Louisville St. Louis Bertrand Church
Owenton Staiar Place, “Highfield”
Bardstown Sweets Place, “Elmwald” Mr. Mike Sweets
Ghent Tandy House James Bledsoe Tandy
Ballardsville Taylor Home, “Spring Hill” William Berry Taylor
Columbia Trabue Place
Louisville Tucker Home, “Wild Acres” Tucker Station Road
Louisville Veach Home, “Indian Hills” Alexander Veach, 2 copies (1 pencil and 1 ink)
Simpsonville Walters Place
Bardstown Wickland mansion Gov. Wickliffe
Bloomfield Wilkinson, John Wesley Place
Louisville Workhouse Lexington Road
Buechel Yann, William Place
Simpsonville Ye Old Stone Inn
Smithland Zanone Home

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